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Miguel Avina

January 26

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Live from the Dome – Miguel Aviña

En vivo desde el Domo ¡en español! –Miguel Aviña

¡Únete con nosotros para disfrutar de una noche con música en español transmitida en vivo desde el domo del museo!

Miguel Aviña es un cantante, compositor y productor mexicano mejor conocido como la voz principal y guitarrista de la banda iZCALLi. Miguel está ampliamente acreditado como uno de los artistas clave del movimiento “Rock En Tu Idioma” (RETI) en Colorado, y sus canciones contienen una amplia gama de influencias musicales; desde baladas folclóricas tradicionales, pop, hasta sonidos independientes, uniendo ritmos con un toque latino que resultan en una mezcla única de música que toca corazones, y alegra almas.

La transmisión en vivo se llevará a cabo el miércoles 26 de enero a las 6:00 p.m. por medio del canal de YouTube del museo.

¡Los esperamos!

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Este programa cuenta con el apoyo de Bohemian Foundation.

 

 

Miguel Aviña is a Mexican singer, songwriter, and producer best known as the lead singer and guitarist of the band iZCALLi. Widely credited as one of the key artists of the Rock En Tu Idioma (RETI) movement in Colorado, Miguel’s songs showcase his wide range of influences from traditional folk ballads, pop, and indie sounds; all of which are tinged with a Latin flare, a flare that takes you into your heart and warms the soul.

Join us for a night of live-streamed music from FCMoD’s dome theater!

 

Miguel Aviña is a Mexican singer, songwriter, and producer best known as the lead singer and guitarist of the band iZCALLi. Widely credited as one of the key artists of the Rock En Tu Idioma (RETI) movement in Colorado, Miguel’s songs showcase his wide range of influences from traditional folk ballads, pop, and indie sounds; all of which are tinged with a Latin flair, a flare that takes you into your heart and warms the soul.

 

Livestream starts Wednesday, January 26th at 6:00pm

Join us on YouTube

 

This program is supported by the Bohemian Foundation.